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The latest and greatest in movie posters and banners from around the Web. Check out the newest movie posters for upcoming movies as well as the occasional artistic print and limited run poster from folks like Mondo.

New SUICIDE SQUAD posters keep teasing the ensemble

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Suicide Squad posters showcase a few members the cast

DC’s upcoming oddball Suicide Squad continues to tease its bad guy attitude through the movie’s marketing (even if that attitude leans a bit toward the Hot Topic aisle). A new batch of promo posters popped up recently focusing both on the ensemble cast as well as a few solo characters. That’s one of them above toting the tagline “In Squad We Trust” with the main crew lined up. What do you think?

After the jump you can check out character posters for Jared Leto’s Joker, Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, and Will Smith’s Deadshot as well as two more ensemble posters that are kind of fun. If anything, I’m looking forward to Suicide Squad for its new ensemble and the involvement of director David Ayer (Fury, Training Day, End of Watch). He seems to be having a blast here, so I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt. Give the new posters a look!

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STAR TREK BEYOND movie posters are colorful and stylized for your viewing pleasure

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Star Trek Beyond movie posters feature Enterprise and cast

Whether you’re looking forward to Star Trek Beyond or not, the most recent posters for the movie have been pretty great, all things considered. Written in-part by Simon Pegg and directed by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious), the movie looks like a wild change of pace for fans of the franchise. From what I’ve seen, there’s almost as much focus on Kirk’s motorcycle as there is on the Star Trek aspects, but that’s OK. The recent run of movies have been a lot of fun so far, and it looks like Lin’s installment is going to be the most enjoyable of the trio.

In case you haven’t seen them floating around (they were released a few at a time over the last week or so), you can check out all nine new character posters after the jump. Also, watch the newest trailer and take a look at the the international poster while you’re at it.

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WARCRAFT character posters put most of the main cast on display for Duncan Jones’ latest

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Warcraft character posters showcase the humans and orcs

Director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) aims to bring the world of Warcraft to the big screen, and bits and pieces of the movie keep creeping out. New character posters just popped up, and we get a closer look at most of the human and orc characters we’ll likely get to know and love/hate. Notably absent is Ben Foster as the human mage Medivh, who just so happens to be the character I’m most curious about. We really haven’t seen Medivh yet, which is interesting. Villain in disguise, maybe?

You can check out all eight new character poster for Warcraft after the jump.

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HIGH-RISE posters fracture and keep us guessing

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High-Rise posters are pretty trippy

The upcoming Tom Hiddleston anarchy-in-a-tower High-Rise movie looks interesting. The marketing continues to twist together these great posters featuring cast members and a fun blend of symmetrically fractured images, and I’m really loving them. Granted, the new posters aren’t groundbreaking (see A Clockwork Orange), but it’s nice to see posters that are more than a mash-up of Photoshopped heads on an opaque background.

If you haven’t seen the trailers or heard of the book, definitely look into them (the trailers are linked above), and check out a handful of new posters for High-Rise after the jump.

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New X-MEN: APOCALYPSE poster features villain and four horsemen

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X-Men: Apocalypse gets a new poster

Every time new marketing material is released for an upcoming superhero movie, X-Men: Apocalypse drops something small like a poster or teaser to remind us that the movie is still on its way. All eyes are on the DC and Marvel movies that continue to make waves, but Apocalypse continues to throw punches with its attempts to stay in the ring. A brand new poster for X-Men: Apocalypse has popped up today, and it features Apocalypse himself (played by Oscar Isaac) above his four horsemen (Magneto, Storm, Psylocke, and Angel).

What do you think of the poster? If you’re still on the fence about the movie, give the newest trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse another watch.